Madeleine Arthur is a Canadian actress, who came into the limelight for her roles as Willa in “The Family” TV show, and as Army Adams’ daughter in the Golden Globe-winning Tim Burton film, “Big Eyes.”
Arthur Age, Zodiac Sign, and, Education Background
Madeleine was born under the Pisces zodiac sign on 10 March 1997, in British Columbia, Canada, which makes her 24 years old as of 2021. She is the daughter of Jane and Brian Arthur, who are of the Irish, Scottish, and Welsh ancestries. Madeleine is multi-lingual, and can speak English, French and Spanish. She is the only child in her family, however, she has several cousins including Nic Walter, who she says is her favourite family member.
Madeleine started taking violin classes at the age of five. Apart from this, she had shown great interest in gymnastics since she was young, and by the time she was 13, had become a competitive gymnast. She attended Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School, located in Vancouver, British Columbia, and was the valedictorian of the 2015 class. While she was studying, the actress was a key member (the Dean) of the school’s Best Buddies Club that helped people living with disabilities. Madeleine hasn’t revealed the name of the college she attended.
Hobbies, Interests, and Interesting Facts
Arthur is physically active, and enjoys riding her bicycle when she isn’t working.
She is a baseball fan and supports the New York Yankees baseball team.
She finds going to the beach relaxing and entertaining.
She enjoys making and listening to music – her favourite instrument is the violin.
The British Columbia-born star has yellow, purple, and red as her favourite colours.
Her favourite drink is Pepsi Cola.
Her hobbies are pottery, travelling, reading, skiing, ice skating, and photography.
Madeleine is an activist who is a big supporter of the Say No To Ivory group, that advocates against elephant poaching.
Professional Career and Awards
Career Beginning and Rise to Stardom
Madeleine’s first role as an actress was as a titular character in a theatre production of “Oliver Twist’s”. She made her official debut in 2011 when she was cast in R.L. Stine’s “The Haunting Hour” fantasy series in the “Dream Catcher” episode, in which she portrayed Meg. During the initial stages in her acting career, Arthur was cast in minor roles. She took a break from the screen before re-appearing for a guest starring role after two years in 2013 to portray Reddick’s daughter in “The Killing” TV series. In the same year, she landed another minor role as Rita Jones in “Spooksville”, then started gaining recognition when she was cast as Charlotte in “The Tomorrow People” (2014,) and rose to prominence in 2016 when she was assigned a major role in “The Family,” in which she featured as Young Willa.
Some of her notable appearances in TV series include 2018’s “Legends of Tomorrow,” in which she played Emily, “The X-Files” as Sarah, “The Magicians” in which she portrayed Fray, and 2019’s “Chad,” in the role of Marjorie.
When it comes to appearing in movies, she made her debut in 2014 when she assumed the role of Sally in the horror film “Grace: The Procession”. During the same year, she was selected for the role of older Jane in the film “Big Eyes”, before appearing as Cate in the short film entitled “The Wolf Who Came to Dinner” in the year that followed. In the same year (2015), she appeared in “Reluctant Witness”, before landing other roles in films such as “Echo and Solomon” (2017), 2018’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”, and “Colour of the Space” in 2019.
Arthur’s most recent roles include 2021’s “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” as Christine, and “Tell Me Why I Don’t Like Mondays,” in which she portrayed Laura.
For her upcoming works, Madeleine is currently busy shooting “The Snowpiercer” TV series in the role of Nicolette. She will appear in the sequel of “To All The Boys,” which is still in the post production stage.
Madeleine has bagged several awards in her career, including 2014’s Joey Awards for her performance in “The Tomorrow People”, and she was also nominated for the same award in 2018 for her role in “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”, and “Spooksville.”
She is active in various social media platforms, and owns a verified Instagram account, on which she’s indicated her bio as ‘I really like cinema’ on this account. She is widely-followed, and uses the platform to post about her recent career endeavours, as well as sharing her daily personal experiences with her fans. She is also active on Facebook and has a decent following. When it comes to Twitter, Madeleine is active, and follows famous personalities including Stefan Simanowitz, John Rocha, and Sarayu Blue.
— Madeleine Arthur (@MadeleineArthur) April 9, 2021
Madeleine hasn’t shared any information regarding a spouse, accomplice, or beau, having opted to keep her love life away from the limelight. It is, however, highly-speculated that she’s single as of 2021, and doesn’t have children. Information about any previous boyfriends isn’t available. At the age of 24, Arthur seems to be fully focused on her career growth rather than being romantically involved with anyone.
Madeleine is a Canadian of white ethnicity, is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall, weighs around 114lbs (52kgs), while her vital statistics are 32-24-33, without tattoos. She wears shoe size 8 (US).
She has a slim physique and a banana body type, sky blue eyes, and long light brown hair, which she’s dyed ombre and blonde in the past.
Madeleine has an impressive net worth from her career as an actor – according to sources, her annual income ranges up to $200,000, and as of mid-2021, the “Big Eyes” star is worth close to $2 million. Apart from her career as an actress, she gets her earnings from her Instagram endorsements.